Initial silence is followed by a brief talk on the nondual
nature of the Self, the necessity of inquiry to abide in the
Truth of Being, transcendent of every duality, and the
identity of Knowledge and Being. Dialogues on nonidentification
with the body and mind when facing death,
why and how one should inquire, spiritual practice, the
nature of happiness and bliss, the nonexistence of the ego
or “I”-notion, surrender and inquiry, the nature of
thought, no-creation, and many other spiritual topics.
Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English from
the Ashtavakra Gita.